K-League 1 Gangwon Wins 3-1 Against Jeonbuk in Heavy Rain

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Professional soccer K-League 1 Gangwon FC escaped from last place by defeating Jeonbuk Hyundai in enemy territory.

K-League 1 Gangwon Wins 3-1 Against Jeonbuk in Heavy Rain... Escape From the Bottom



‘Zeka Multi-Goal’ 2nd place Pohang, undefeated in 9 games… Incheon defeated Jeju 2-1


Professional soccer K-League 1 Gangwon FC escaped from last place by defeating Jeonbuk Hyundai in enemy territory.


Gangwon defeated Jeonbuk 3-1 in the K League 1 round 30 away game held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 16th.


Gangwon, which broke away from a winless streak (1 draw, 2 losses) in the last 3 games, accumulated 24 points and jumped to 11th place, pushing Suwon Samsung (22 points), which had not yet played the 30th round, to the bottom. 카지노사이트원


Jeonbuk maintained 5th place (43 points, 35 points, goal difference 7), but went winless in 5 games (3 draws, 2 losses).


Jeonbuk took the lead with a penalty kick 5 minutes into the game.


Han Kyo-won, who was breaking through the left side of the penalty area, was tripped by Gangwon defender Lee Ji-sol and a penalty kick was declared, and kicker Gustavo kicked with his right foot.


However, Gangwon's counterattack led by Gabriel and Yago was fierce, and two goals were scored in the extra time of the first half.


As soon as extra time entered, Gabriel received Seo Min-woo's pass and opened the goal with his right foot from the penalty arc to balance the goal.


About two minutes later, Yago ran and gave the ball to the right side, and Gallego hit it with his right foot inside the penalty area to score a comeback goal. pulled it out


Gabriel scored his K-League debut goal, and Gallego scored his second goal of the season.


As heavy rain poured down past the middle of the second half, water filled the ground and the ball did not roll well, which emerged as a variable in the game, and Gangwon Kim Dae-won scored a key goal in the 30th minute of the second half.


A long ball near the halfway line landed on the left side of the penalty area and stopped without barely bouncing, and Kim Dae-won's right-footed shot after winning the ball hit the leg of the Jeonbuk defender and went into the goal.


At the end of the game, the ground was so flooded that it was difficult for the players to play properly.


In the 42nd minute of the second half, when a penalty kick was declared due to a handball foul by Gangwon Ryu Kwang-hyun, a serious scene occurred where Jeonbuk players pushed away water that had accumulated on the grass with their hands to check where the penalty kick was kicked.


This penalty kick was canceled after Jeonbuk's offside was pointed out, and the game ended with Gangwon winning by two goals.


Pohang, the second-place team in the league, defeated Suwon FC 2-0 at their home Steel Yard and continued their upward trend of undefeated in 9 games (5 wins, 4 draws).


Pohang, with 56 points, is now 5 points behind leader Ulsan Hyundai (61 points), who will play Daejeon Hana Citizen starting at 7 p.m. on this day.


Suwon FC, who lost all three matches against Pohang this season, remained in 10th place with 29 points.


Pohang's Zeka was responsible for both of the team's goals in the 28th and 44th minutes of the first half, shining as a major contributor to the victory.


Zeka added two goals that day, surpassing his 10th goal in the league this season.


At Incheon Soccer Stadium, Incheon United defeated Jeju United 2-1.


Incheon's Lee Myung-joo's first goal in the 29th minute of the first half and Jeju's Kim Seung-seop's equalizing goal in the 22nd minute of the second half kept the game in balance, but in the extra time of the second half, Incheon's Hernández scored a mid-range shot from the left corner of the penalty area to decide the game.


Incheon went up one place to 6th place (43 points, 35 points, -1 goal difference), and Jeju, whose recent winless streak extended to 4 games (1 draw, 3 losses), was ranked 9th (35 points).

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